Book Review: The Last Resort

I finished a book that I have been slowly ready for the last couple of months! This one was called The Last Resort by Emily Gallo. Synopsis: An old sixties musician and his trim mama run a pot farm in the Emerald Triangle of northern California and welcome an exonerated ex-con, a Las Vegas prostitute,…

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Book Review: The Great Godden

I was lucky to receive a finished copy of The Great Godden by Meg Rosoff for a wonderful book tour and today is my day to reveal my thoughts about the book so here they are! Synopsis: This is the story of one family, one dreamy summer. . . . In a holiday house by…

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Book Review: Sunkissed

I’m doing it! I am finally getting ahead on my Netgalley reviews. It’s a miracle. I read one this time that I really enjoyed called Sunkissed by Kasie West. Synopsis: Avery has always used music as an escape. But after her best friend betrays her, even her perfectly curated playlists can’t help her forget what…

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Book Review: James Clyde and the Tomb of Salvation

I read this middle grade book back in November 2020 and am finally getting around to writing a review for it because I am constantly behind as a book reviewer. I have come to accept this fate in the fast paced world of book reading. Anyways, here is my review for James Clyde and the…

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Book Review: Cheat Sheets For Life

I have been very absent in the book blogging community lately as I have been putting all my efforts into booktubing on Youtube and so now I am finally back! I recently read Cheat Sheets for Life by Ayesha Ratnayak. Synopsis: As a busy CEO, Ayesha hated her lengthy commutes – until she turned them…

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Book Review: 1967 – A Coming of Age Story

I am on a book review spree right now! I be you haven’t seen this many reviews on consecutive days from me ever! This time I read 1967 – A Coming of Age Story by Richard W. Doornink. Synopsis: “1967” depicts the precarious moment between childhood and adolescence in a thought-provoking, fun read that captures…

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Book Review: Elephant

Another book review brought to you by yours truly! This time, I read and reviewed Elephant by Natalie Rodriguez. Synopsis: Summer of 2006. Four childhood best friends. A family secret. After a strange encounter leaves him hospitalized, a timid teenage boy named Matt “Matty” Smith comes home to a continuous series of events met with…

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Book Review: A Mother’s Tears

Time for a memoir book review! This time I have A Mother’s Tears by Dre Carlan. This book is more an autobiography as I believe that the author and his mother are both still alive but this book details their lives together and the struggles that they have gone through. They had to survive immigration…

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Book Review: Can I Tell You Something?

I was graciously sent a this author’s poetry book awhile back and I rarely read poetry so I was a little hesitant going into it but was pleasantly surprised. It was called Can I Tell You Something by Karl Kristian Flores. Synopsis: Rich. Dense. Hopeful. Can I Tell You Something? (CITYS) is a tender and brutal book…

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Book Review: Hinterland

I read another book by Lorna. M. Brown! This one was called Hinterland and it was definitely different from her others books. Synopsis: Nicholas Giovanni’s life revolves around his five-year old daughter Kate. When he isn’t driving his taxi, he is taking care of her and her mother Kathleen, whose last involuntary admission to hospital…

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